Techivation has launched their new plug-in, T-Exciter. They describe it as a simplified yet advanced plug-in for adding more excitement and energy to sounds.
The founder & CEO of Techivation Amin Asbaghipour told us, "The new T-Exciter plug-in has inspired us to go further with more releases and expand our brand. This plug-in does magic when it comes to adding excitement and energy to sounds, and it does it in a very musical way. There are always elements that you want to sound shiny in a mix. Especially when it comes to lead vocals, and such. The most common way of doing that is to just boost the high frequencies of the sound using an EQ. But that often won't give you a unique sound with excitement and energy and may result in several issues, such as harshness. T-Exciter is a fast and reliable tool for making sounds shiny and outstanding. It just quickly changes the vibe of a mix by adding its unique flavors."
Here's more details direct from the company...
The Techivation team has focused on creating a quick and easy solution for creating a shiny and rich sound, with their new audio plug-in. Following the similar design ethos and workflow of their popular plug-ins, T-De-Esser, and T-Clarity the T-Exciter does its magic to the high frequencies of any sounds it encounters.
- Excitement amount
- 4 Effect modes
- Dry/wet mix
- Oversampling set at 8X
- Scalable Graphic User Interface (GUI)
- Undo/Redo Options
- A/B Switch
- Input/Output Level Controls
- On/Off Button
Pricing and Availability:
T-Exciter is now available for an introductory offer of 29.00 USD until July 30th. Owners of other Techivation plug-ins can get special loyalty offers. There is not a free trial available for T-Exciter yet, but the Techivation team is working to have it ready soon.
All Techivation plug-ins can be downloaded in VST, VST3, AU, and AAX formats for any compatible DAW, including Logic, Garageband, Cubase, Ableton Live, Pro Tools, FL Studio, Studio One, etc. Techivation plug-ins also support the Apple M1 chip natively.
With Kavus Torabi and Michael J. York
Shimmer reverb and MIDI out too
Melbourne Instruments launch
Built on Takt and Tone tech its beats and synth